Wednesday, July 24, 2019

How this Orlando tech firm got “Fatt” fast in 2015

Orlando businesswoman Suneera Madhani has come a long way in a short time with her financial tech firm Fattmerchant. The company, which was founded in 2014, now has nearly 20 employees, hundreds of customers for...

Why smart sensors are a goldmine for data analytic and software firms

It may not be a bright business move to ignore the impact smart sensors will have in the U.S. In fact, the tiny forms of electronics will dominate the economy in years...

Plans underway to train hundreds of Tallahassee residents for tech-based jobs

Tallahassee is one of 50 cities the White House has designated to be a "TechHire" community. As a result, a plan is in motion to train 175 Tallahassee residents in tech jobs...

KSC, Groundswell group aim to pave way for start-ups

What it will take for the Space Coast to launch more business ventures based on licensed space technologies? An event early Tuesday evening, investors, space officials and entrepreneurs attempted to lay out a road...

Telemedicine evolving, impacting health care of state’s over 65s

The Federal Communication Commission brought its Connect2HealthFCC task force to the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville on Wednesday for a Broadband Health Summit. The message delivered by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, FCC commissioner...

Florida Tech Forges Path To Manufacturing’s Future As Federal Grant Spurs Reuse of Facility

Florida Institute of Technology will use a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to launch the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design, a 100,000-square-foot facility in the...

Update: Medical tech firm SMRxT moving into Orlando space in 2016

A medical tech firm confirmed today that it is relocating its New York headquarters to Orlando — a decision that will create 55 high-wage jobs. But currently, the company has not...

Brevard County companies compete for engineers

It's good time to be an engineer in Brevard County. Harris Corp. is looking to hire at least 300 workers at its Technology Center in Palm Bay. In Melbourne, Northrop Grumman is quickly ramping...

SUP-X expo links startup companies with investors

Angel investor Thomas Buchar sees a little bit of Texas in South Florida. "This reminds me of Austin in the 1990s," Buchar said Wednesday. All it will take for the region to...

Next month’s Black Tech Week announces speaker lineup

With African-Americans making up just 2 percent of tech workforce, the second annual Black Tech Week aims to deliver solutions for stronger partnerships for startups, training and information for students of...
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